In Maze Solitaire all cards are laid out in 6x9 grid.
The first 2 rows have 8 cards each leaving 2 gaps in the grid.
All kings are removed from the grid leaving 4 more gaps.
The aim of the game is to arrange 48 cards in four suit sequences from Ace to Queen.
The sequence may contain gaps which are not counted in the sequence.
The rules for moving cards are:
A gap is filled by a card that is the same suit and a rank higher than the card on the gap's left or one that is the same suit and a rank lower than the card on the gap's right.
A gap to the right of a Queen can be filled with any ace or a card that is the same suit and a rank lower than the card on the gap's right.
A gap to the left of an Ace can not be filled.
All cells in the grid are counted as one row so the cells in the grid run from left to right, top to bottom.
Last card in the grid (6th row) can be connected to first card in the grid (1st row) to complete a sequence.